Kathleen Ronayne, who has lonesome state and inhabitant politics, debate finance, and legislative developments, has been hired by The Associated Press as a contributor in a New Hampshire statehouse.
Ronayne comes to a AP after dual years during a Concord Monitor, where she lonesome state politics and a complexities of a large citizen legislature. She also reported on a governor’s re-election bid and a high-profile U.S. Senate competition featuring obligatory Jeanne Shaheen confronting a plea from one of 3 Republicans.
Her appointment was announced Thursday by Karen Testa, editor for a East segment of a U.S.
“In a comparatively brief time, Kathleen has renowned her stating for a abyss and context. She reports not only what is happening, though because and what it means. We are looking brazen to bringing her diligence, oddity and creativity to a group in New Hampshire,” Testa said.
In further to state supervision and state choosing coverage, Ronayne also will work closely with AP’s domestic group in Washington on coverage of presidential politics, quite New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary.
Prior to operative during a Monitor, Ronayne hold internships during The Buffalo News, where she wrote news and facilities and lonesome a state primary elections and redistricting process; a Center for Responsive Politics in Washington, D.C.; and The Gazette Newspapers in Schenectady, N.Y.
Ronayne, 24, is creatively from upstate New York and now lives in Concord. She is a connoisseur of Syracuse University, where she warranted degrees in broadcasting and domestic science.